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Strover Angus Everett, Showell Anthony Dugard: Replacements for ligaments and tendons.. Showell A W Sugicraft, June 19, 1985: EP0145492-A2 (40 worldwide citation)

A surgical element for use as a replacement or augmentation for a damaged ligament or tendon comprises a multiplicity of flexible filaments (e.g., carbon fibres) held together in substantially parallel array, characterised in that these filaments for a core (11) with braided sheathing (12) over at l ...


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Dove John, King Brian Martin: Spinal implants.. Showell A W Sugicraft, February 8, 1989: EP0302719-A1 (23 worldwide citation)

A spinal implant, e.g., to replace an excised disc, comprises a rigid generally horseshoe shape of biocompatible material, such as carbon-fibre reinforced plastics, having upper and lower planar faces (10, 11) converging towards the ends (12) of the horseshoe, and at least one hole (13, 14) from eac ...


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Foetal scalp electrodes. Showell A W Sugicraft, Copeland J, May 9, 1973: GB1316072-A (12 worldwide citation)

1316072 Electrodes A W SHOWELL (SURGICRAFT) Ltd and J COPELAND 20 April 1972 [21 Jan 1971] 2836/71 Heading A5R A foetal scalp electrode comprises an electrical connector 2, Fig. 1, a head member 3 of electrically insulating material, an electrically conductive helical spring 4 with a terminal at one ...


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Mcminn Derek James Wallace: Bone fixation plates.. Showell A W Sugicraft, December 30, 1986: EP0206767-A2 (6 worldwide citation)

Fracture healing is beneficially influenced by using a bone fixation plate (10) formed of stainless steel with holes (11) for fixing screws and coated with flexible electrically insulating material (13) at least over one face (14) intended to be placed against the bone, the coating preferably and co ...


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Foetal scalp electrodes. Copeland J, Showell A W Sugicraft, August 31, 1978: GB1523263-A (6 worldwide citation)

1523263 Foetal scalp electrode A W SHOWELL (SURGICRAFT) Ltd and J COPELAND 9 Feb 1977 05417/77 Heading A5R A foetal scalp electrode comprises a tubular torsional spring member 3 secured at one end to an electrical connector (1), Fig. 1 (not shown) and at the other end to a head member 2 of electrica ...


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Ransford Andrew Oliver: Spinal/skull fixation device.. Showell A W Sugicraft, March 22, 1989: EP0308156-A1 (5 worldwide citation)

A device for fixation of the skull (15) to adjacent bones (18A...18E) of the spine (19) comprises a loop (11) of substantially circular form connecting a pair of legs (12) generally perpendicular to the loop (11), outward kinks (14) being provided adjacent the junction of the loop (11) and legs (12) ...


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Moorse David John, Strover Angus Everett: Surgical element.. Showell A W Sugicraft, February 5, 1986: EP0170358-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

A surgical element (1), such as a suture or a replacement for a ligament, comprises a core (2) consisting of a multiplicity of flexible filaments, such as fine carbon fibres, and partial sheathing (3) formed of standard implantable grade polymer, such as a polyester, in at least two groups (3X, 3Y) ...


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Ransford Andrew Oliver: Spinal fixation device and device for fixation of a skull to the spine.. Showell A W Sugicraft, June 1, 1988: EP0269268-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

A spinal fixation device (10A) has generally V-shaped bights (12A, 13A) with their apices (14A, 15A) extending towards each otherfrom two straight spaced coplanar portions (11A), the apices being accommodated between pairs of adjacent spinous processes (16A, 16B and 16B, 16C) closer together than wo ...


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Foetal scalp electrode. Showell A W Sugicraft, October 1, 1980: GB2042898-A (2 worldwide citation)

A foetal scalp electrode of the type described in British Patents Nos. 1 316 072 and 1 523 263 is also provided with a capability for percentage oxygen determinations by providing an additional electrically conductive electrode wire 19 which passes between the radial arm 11 and the normally adjacent ...